May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to check in with yourself and others. Here are five ways you bring more mindful awareness to your mental health.

Making it a regular practice to notice and build upon our interdependence is one way to move the dial on individual, collective and planetary thriving. Happy Mother’s Day to Mother Earth, and all the mothers and caretakers!

Accepting all of your emotions, even the ones that don’t feel good, can be an obstacle that affects every aspect of your daily life. Learn the skills you need to bring awareness and acceptance to every emotion with eM Life’s eMCC Challenge

Building healthy habits can be challenging and frustrating, but starting small and applying mindfulness along the way can help set you up for healthy habit success.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to add some time for self-care and self-improvement into your schedule. Join us for a diverse selection of mindfulness programs all month long.

If you didn’t think that comedy and mindfulness could blend together, think again. Learn more about the technicolor journey of eMindful teacher and comedian Elaine Smookler.

When we apply mindfulness to the things we enjoy, it has a multiplier effect, increasing our ability to savor the things we love and amplify our delight in doing them.

Negative self-talk is something we’re all guilty of doing, but the power that negative self-talk, especially around the subject of money, can impact you more than you realize.

Money tends to stress us out. But it doesn’t have to! Learn how to manage financial stress with mindfulness meditation and shift your money mindset with intention!

With spring starting to reveal itself in the western hemisphere, it’s a great time to start fresh, whether with an exercise or mindfulness routine. Enjoy a practice that allows you to slow down and connect with the natural world, syncing up with a rhythm that’s reflective of your impulses and needs.